With cloud computing and software-as-a-service (SaaS) technology government agencies can provide affordable services to citizens, businesses and government agencies.
BasicGov is hosting a webinar with Salesforce.com for South Carolina government agencies to learn how cloud computing and SaaS supports “Connecting People and Information”.
We are inviting government agencies in the State of South Carolina to participate in this complimentary webinar.
In this webinar you will learn how:
Cloud computing allows your Planning staff to:
- Track dates and milestones online
- Automatically schedule notifications, proceedings, hearings and other critical deadlines
- Report on project status to multi-users and multiple departments
- Access information in the office or field
Cloud computing allows your Permits & Inspections staff to:
- Automate scheduling of field inspections and reviews
- Print any permit related documents in seconds
- Access permit history in multiple departments, in the office or field
- Report with dashboard to show work completed or outstanding
Click here to register for webinar
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With hurricane season approaching now is the time to learn how web-based software can help local government agencies better manage in the aftermath of a hurricane or other natural disasters.
With web-based software not only will cities’ important data be protected but community development departments can get back up and running immediately from any location with only a computer and Internet connection.
For example, Mississippi cities Ocean Springs and City of Gautier are both using BasicGov. The City of Ocean Springs’ Community Development & Planning Department saw a significant increase in permits and inspections volume as a result of the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina. To keep up with the demand they turned to software and implemented BasicGov Permits & Inspections. In less than two months the Building Clerks were up and running on the new system. The web-based software, accessible by multi-departments, allowed the entire department to move to laptops for more mobility in the office or out in the field. Click here to read more
Learn more … attend a free webinar
Webinar Subject: Hurricane Preparedness: Learn How Web-based Software Can Help Local Governments
Webinar Date: Tuesday, May 10, 2011
Webinar Time: 11 am PST / 2 pm EST
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